If you order a Sherry Cobbler, you are sure to get envious looks. The summery drink comes with a whole fruit bouquet. On top of that, it is uniquely refreshing. But beware: the mixture has it all!

At the end of the 19th century, the Sherry Cobbler was pretty much what the gin was

Recipe for the Sherry Cobbler

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How to mix: Shake liquid ingredients over ice. Then strain into a glass filled with crushed ice. Garnish with a potpourri of fruit, preferably with a slice of orange, berries and some mint leaves.

Fun fact: According to legend, we also owe the straw to the Sherry Cobbler. Because the sherry drink, conceived to refresh, came with a nuisance: crushed ice. This made drinking from the glass so difficult that an aid was needed. The massive use in the Cobbler is said to have brought the drinking straw to the tableau too internationally.